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holmes. >> and i'm ken wayne. at least 11 people have been sent to the hospital following suspected carbon monoxide exposure. it happened in the bernal heights neighborhood. jade hernandez is live at the scene. >> reporter: we just heard from the battalion chief and told us many of those sent to the hospital have just been released. that's within the last few minutes. a gas representative is still checking all of the apartments in that duplex right behind me with the lights off. now the san francisco fire department says 11 people were transported to the hospital after the adults, there were eight adults, three children registered for high levels of carbon monoxide in their bloodstream. now a dispatcher received the
call about 7:00 after hearing a carbon monoxide alarm sounding. >> basically we got a knock on the door from our neighbors and told us there was a carbon monoxide leak in the house. when we got out there was a fire truck and a lot of ambulances up and down the street. >> reporter: now some symptoms of the carbon monoxide poisoning, some of the residents had headaches and scratchy throughouts. the battalion chief is common cause is a faulty heater or stove. right now they still don't know the cause of this leak tonight. they till tell me the family called 911 and was able to get out of the house.
felony counts including attempted murder and several sex offenses. a man is now in custody accused of killing a teenager back in may. jacob marro was arrested after an off duty officer recognized jarro. a 23-year-old man was also wounded in that shooting. three people flying in nevado survived their plane crash. the plane was registered in new port beach. tonight we learned the identities of four people killed in a horrific crash this week on highway 50 in el dorado
county. three of them members of one oakland family. 38-year-old su,zhao. only the daughter survived. the rest of her family survived. patti lee reports on what investigators have found so far. >> reporter: chp investigators are trying to determine why a prius crossed the lanes to oncoming traffic. a placevville family was in the
sierra mini van and four-year- old girl was killed. but four others including two- year-old infants were not badly injured. everyone inside the mini van was buckled up. many say an injured deer spotted in the area might have explained why the car swerved. >> i think it could be a high possibility. >> reporter: there's no evidence to confirm that theory say officers. investigators will now analyze the computers in the car to determine how fast they were traveling when they collided. the highway where the collision occurred is curvy and the posted speed limit 65 miles per hour. >> this used to be 55, and we were trying to get it passed to where we would be lowered to 45 miles per hour. and for some reason they raised it. >> reporter: the chp says drugs and alcohol do not appear to be a factor. but the coroner may decide to
perform an autopsy on the driver of the prius as part of the investigation. two people are recovering after a destructive car crash this morning. a white ford explorer and mini van collided. but then the explorer crashed into the home and took down a power pole. that temporarily knocked out power to that neighborhood. the highway patrol responded to a single roll over accident early this morning. the car was found overturned. authorities say an off duty san jose police officer just happened to be near by and went to the crash scene to help. the chp has not released any information about injurys in the chp stepped up patrol this upcoming holiday weekend and made hundreds of drunk driving arrests. but as paul chambers reports, it wasn't just alcohol that
proved to be dangerous. >> reporter: with thanksgiving in your rear-view mirror, patrols are out in effect. this car burned beyond recognition was involved in a high speed collision along interstate 80 and crockett. you can see parts of northbound 101 looked like a parking lot. just before 8:30 saturday night a woman was killed on the freeway stopping traffic for more than two hours. >> it's still under investigation at this time and that's one of those incidents where a pedestrian find themselves on the freeway, we don't know why. >> reporter: chp says in more than 50% of their vehicle related accidents people were not wearing seat belts. investigators say that appears to have been the case in palo alto accident that killed two sisters. four of the family members were also in the vehicle and are
expected to survive. but officers say many many cases although people do live it comes at a cost. with others left with serious to critical injuries. >> they are not counted in a statistic some where as far as fatalities is concerned. it's still a major part of our focus is that we prevent major injury accidents. >> reporter: the way you can help is as simple as simple as dialing 911. in berkeley, i'm paul chambers, ktvu channel 2 news. retailers are now reporting record sales for holiday shopping this weekend. according to the national retail federation, shopping is up 15% from last year. shoppers spent more an average of $124. being able to buy on thanksgiving day is now key. >> last year 24% of holiday shoppers that went out over the
entire weekend were out on thanksgiving by midnight. i think the numbers are going to show that this year we did better than that. >> reporter: internet shopping broke a record as well. online sales on black friday topped $1 billion for the first time. that optimism extends for predictions for tomorrow, cyber monday. shoppers are expected to spend $1.5 million. besides the office computer for boosting online sales, the i -- tablets and smart phones are credited. fog created a problem for travelers heading home. the airport's duty manager explained at one point there was a two hour delay for some passengers. >> we can have 60 aircraft arrive an hour without any problem. but when the fog comes in we go
if we can go down as low as 30 or 28 flights an hour. fortunately by 2:00. the fog advisory had been lifted and allowed for many flights to get back on schedule. today 130 people traveled through san francisco international airport. that's about 25,000 more people than on a typical sunday. taking a live look now at san francisco all lit up for the holiday season. this week all the nice weather is about the change. multiple rains are headed this way. ktvu meteorologist mark tamayo will have when the first rains will arrive here in the bay area. what oakland police are dealing with this holiday weekend. what superstorm sandy victims discovered after returning home from the thanksgiving holiday. >> and signs of a fiscal
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oakland woke up to just about 6:00 this morning. >> seemed like a lot of shots. i don't know probably 15, at least maybe 20. >> reporter: neighbor adam po and his 2-year-old daughter had been a sleep a few houses away. >> i first checked my daughter to see if she was okay. >> reporter: police are unable to say if the two women who lived near by lived in the area and what the motive may have been. police say they are investigating whether domestic violence was to blame. saturday afternoon a young man was gunned down here on the street. leslie phillips wanted to light candles to remember the victim. >> that boy was 19 years old,. >> reporter: she runs a group that teaches people how to treat trauma. she rushed over yesterday trying to help but it was too late. >> when we were here yesterday, there were about 30 people
standing around watching and they didn't know what to do. >> reporter: she's one of many fed up with the violence. four homicides in less than 24 hours this holiday weekend. >> it's very heartbreaking, i wish there were none. >> reporter: in oakland, cara liu. >> reporter: more details now on the violence, the oakland tribune reports that the two shooting deaths this morning bring the total number of homicides this year in oakland to 115. that's five more than last year when there were 110 homicides. the all time high for homicides was 175. the s.w.a.t. team surrounded a home in the mountain view area. richard johnson locked himself inside the apartment on alice avenue after he hit his girlfriend. the girlfriend managed to get out but police say johnson remained hold up with a shotgun
for seven hours before he finally surrendered. the search for a 16-year- old boy who was swept out to see in humble county has ended. the boy was looking for his dog yesterday and the water at big lagoon. his father went in after his son. when the son emerged from the water both he and the mother went in to find the father. both parents died. and today the coast guard called off the search for the boy. the dog survived. a preliminary hearing is set to get under way tomorrow in san francisco for a man accused of impersonating a doctor. 49-year-old carlos guzman garza ran an illegal doctors office. a man suspected of robbing a bank is due in court
tomorrow. we were the first to bring you the story of deputy phillip chun. chun is scheduled to be arraigned tomorrow afternoon he faces robbery and second degree burglary charges. a preliminary hearing is scheduled for a man accused of vandalizing a bus on the night of the giant's win. hudson has pleaded not guilty to those charges. he remains in lieu of bail. he is one of several suspects implicated. prop eight is releasing a new ad hoping to press the lawmakers. actor morgan freeman narrates the ad. the ad was paid for by the human rights campaign.
it comes ahead of a closed door conference this week where the justices are expected to consider which if any cases to take up the challenge the 1996 defensive marriage act. in washington the looming fiscal cliff is topping the news. >> for the good of the country only if democrats will do entitlement reform. >> without a bipartisan plan, bush era tax cuts will expire. congressional leaders expect another face to face meeting with president obama as soon as this week. >> republican senator john mccain backed off from fiery criticism of susan rice about
the 9/11 attack against the u.s. diplomatic post in benghazi libya. >> i think she deserves the ability to explain herself and her position just as she said. but she's not the problem. the problem is the president of the united states who on -- in a debate with mitt romney said that he had said it was a terrorist attack, he hadn 't. >> rice has maintained she based her statements on protesters on cia intelligence available at the time. four americans including u.s. ambassador to libya chris stevens were killed. police are making progress in recovering some 2 million donations made to the salvation early. police in toronto said earlier in the year they discovered a person had made off with
donations of toys and good. tips led them to a trailer where they found toys and food. >> officers did find toys, personal items as well. items that were donated to the salvation army. >> the salvation army believes that the men were working inside. they have been overwhelmed with new donations. survivors of super storm sandy are calling it -- to injury. >> how dare you kick us when we're down. you feel it in the gut. you feel it deep inside you it's such a wound. >> reporter: police say at least three homes were burglarized over the weekend. another 14 homes were burglarized earlier this month following the storm.
the western connection to yesterday's devastating fire in bengladesh that killed nearly 100 people. also. >> violence grows in egypt while protesters call for revolution. we'll have the latest from cairo. >> shocking evidence apparently overlooked. what authorities failed to check during the investigation, the death of 2-year-old caylee anthony. >> and in weather dense fog developing right now. where that fog will be first thing tomorrow morning for your early morning commute and details in a big change in our weather pattern the first heavy rain band to arrive in the bay area.
when president morsi declared himself immune from the courts. so far one person has died and hundreds have been injured. egypt's stock market plunged today and the first day since president morsi made his decree. today protesters are occupying tehrere square hoping to denounce the first president who made history. >> reporter: thousands of egyptians set up camp, their sediment making the world know they're there to stay a while. chanting revelation, revelation. >> this is just a beginning because it's over, he's become a dictator. >> reporter: over the last three days there have been violent clashes between anti morsi protesters and the police. both are planning big marshes
on tuesday. this after he gave himself almost unchecked powers even over the courts. protesters have called on judges to go on strike. in washington the word of the day is leverage as a growing concert urges president obama to use u.s. dollars. >> our leverage obviously is not only the substantial aid we provide plus debt forgiveness plus an imf deal but also the world of public opinion is also against this kind of move by mr. morsi. >> both morsi and his opponents are saying that his move is terror. >> we will not leave until morsi and his regime leave. >> a meeting announced for monday between president morsi and the supreme judiciary council could signal the first hint of compromise but for now
neither side is backing down. in cairo, steve harrigan. there's a report that long range iranian rockets are on the way to gaza. according to the sunday times, an israeli spy satellite spotted rockets and weapons being loaded. the time sides an unnamed israeli source who claims rockets which were used to hit telaviv in the latest con -- conflict. iran supplies rockets to hamas between a tunnel between egypt. people are lined up in rows after a fire in a garment
plant. the factory made garments for wal-mart and other western outlets. since 2006, at least 600 workers have died in factory fires in bangladesh. catalonians argue that they spend more in taxs in madrid than they get back. the spanish government vows to block any referendum arguing that the country does not allow a region alone. he was joined by several other water skiing santas. it was part of a variety charity. investigators in massachusetts say they now know the cause of friday's big huge explosion in fairfield. the damage destroyed 42 buildings. the head of the massachusetts
head fire services department says a utility workers accidently punctured a gas line with a probe used to find leaks. the fire chief said the employee was following markings on a sidewalk that were supposed to show the location of a gas line but the markings were wrong. 20 people were hurt, none seriously. authorities in florida said today that investigators in charge of the casey anthony case overlooked a possible key piece of evidence. the computer investigator only looked at one browser and failed to see a google search on another browser for full proof suffocation methods. the search was down on a computer mainly used by anthony on the last day that her 2-year- old daughter caylee was seen alive. casey anthony was acquitted of her daughter's murder last year. an early morning homicide leaves a teenager dead. what led up to the confrontation that resulted in the arrest of the father of another teen. and showing off the latest
models. the new future of this year's auto show in san francisco that allowed car enthusiasts to do more than just look. a reminder that you can get ktvu news to go on your cell phone. just download the ktvu app. click the i con and watch any of our newscasts live to be connected any time any where.
so loud, it woke her up. >> i kept hearing over and over, i'm going to put you to sleep. i'm going to put you to sleep. at that point i knew it was serious. >> the 19-year-old phoned his father to come pick him up. at that point is apparently when the father confronted the 17-year-old. >> you could see a car pull up and they were still arguing and, he said again i'm going to put you to sleep. and all you heard was pow, pow, pow, pow, pow. >> reporter: police say 44-year- old randy williams father of the older teen shot the younger one several times from his car. police apprehended williams some six hours later at his house a few miles away. >> we did surround the house, we called in to him and asked him to step outside. he did cooperate and was taken into custody without incident. >> about 4:00 i heard the mother crying and that's when i came out. >> reporter: neighbors say the victim's family came to the scene from richmond where he
was from. >> the thing that's upsetting is it wasn't the kids, it was the father that came here and did it. >> reporter: and witnesses say the teenager seemed to be arguing over a girl. >> we heard this woman screaming or this girl screaming, i know you're jealous. i didn't know you were this jealous. >> reporter: randy williams face as murder charge. neighbors say they ran to try to help the 17-year-old in the street. neighbors say they ran to the scene but there was nothing they could do. authorities have identified a bay area cyclist killed in a crash this weekend in the sierra. 45-year-old robert copeland jr. was a resident of los gatos. copeland died on saturday in truckee. they were looking for witnesses to the crash. the san francisco police department will start accepting job applications tomorrow for entry level officers. eligible applicants must be 21 years old, a u.s. citizen, have a valid california driver's
license and a high school diploma or equivalent. there's no maximum age limit. the application period will end friday december 7th. the starting saturday for a san francisco police officer is $88,000 a year. car enthusiasts got a chance this weekend in san francisco to see the new models about to hit showrooms. 39 auto makers are showcases the models at the masconi center. a program called ride and drive. it'll allow people to take some of the vehicles out for a spin. this is the 55th year for the event and organizers say this year's show is better than ever. >> the manufacturers have really stepped up. the number of products that are on the display are really unique. we also have a 3,000 square feet of nothing but driving electric. >> attendees can also check out the classic car collection
it's annual program serves almost 3,000 people each year. and the timing of this really is good because our weather is changing. let's check in now with our meteorologist mark tamayo. and mark those temperatures have already dropped significantly. >> already we're talking about 40s. here's a look at some of the current numbers out there. san jose checking in 49 degrees. reports of fog already out toward santa rosa. the oakland airport, san jose and also out toward the fairfield area as well. in addition to the cold temperatures overnight we're tracking a major weather change with more storms developing out here in the pacific. first one you can pick out, there's the first circulation. this will be a factor as we head into wednesday morning. just in time for the wednesday morning commute. as far as overnight lows it'll be cool out there. showing you the upper 30s to 40s and areas of fog. not only in some of the inland spots but right around bay as
well. santa rosa 39 degrees to start out the day. livermore right around 40 degrees. we have been tracking a few storms this month but get ready over the next few days a significant weather pattern change beginning wednesday. monday, tuesday will be dry. but beginning wednesday, thursday, friday. periods of heavy rain, gusty winds and building surf. so we're tracking multiple storms out there in the pacific. as for right now high pressure still in command of our weather so areas of morning fog to start out your monday morning. skies becoming partly sunny. tuesday the key change we're going to thicken the cloud showers. we can pick out an area of heavy rain. you can count on multiple storms, periods of heavy rain and it's a good idea to get ready for power outages.
because high winds will be coupled with areas of rain. not only the inland spots but also coast side and right around the bay. tuesday increasing high clouds and look what happens into wednesday. just in time for the wednesday morning commute. moderate to heavy rain pushing in across the bay area and in advance of these winds increase out of the south could be approaching 40 to 45 miles per hour. at least the winds gusts. by wednesday afternoon. some what of a break but then there's some more activity developing and that could be translated to some more rain by thursday. temperatures for tomorrow, upper 50s to the low to mid- 60s. so afternoon highs are going to cool things off just a little bit from tonight's reading. partly cloudy skies are going to warm you up to 63. here is a look ahead, your five day forecast. you will notice this it is very active. increasing clouds tuesday increasing winds as well. rain likely into friday and heather and ken more rain
clouds with your weekend always in view for saturday and into sunday. there's still quite a bit of uncertainty with the exact rainfall amounts. a good range for the next five to seven days we could have two to 5-inches of rain. heaviest will be in the north bay. so we have to watch that for the next week. >> i bet next weekend is wet. >> i plan on wet basically the next week or so. at least tomorrow and tuesday looking okay. >> okay. >> all right, thank you mark. in less than 12 hours a's fans will get a chance to buy tickets for the beginning of the 2013 season. tickets are expected to go fast after the a's great run. which is the first time they went to the play offs in six years. tickets for the home opener will go on sale starting tomorrow. tickets for the rest of the season will go on sale in january. coming up next we hear from the 49ers. >> after quarterback kapernick
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good evening everyone thanks for joining our sunday night edition of sports wrap. 49ers quarterback kapernick said he wasn't told until late last night that he wasn't going to make his second start until last night. but it was him that did something that collins hasn't done until he was 2 years old, take two interceptions to the house. alex smith seemed ready and